Chief Financial Officer Organization: Spartanburg Housing Authority
Spartanburg, South Carolina is located in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. The mild climate, with its four distinct seasons, provides fine weather for outdoor activities year-round. The City of 40,000 — which is part of a metropolitan area of 250,000 — is conveniently situated at the junction of 1-26 and 1-85, making it easily accessible to both mountain and beach resorts. Spartanburg is known for its beauty, quality of life and friendly people.
Director of Finance Organization: Stonington, CT
Stonington offers a rich mixture of cultural, recreational, educational and business opportunities, plus a unique glimpse into New England history. With a population of 18,545, the Town has an eclectic heritage where you will find a modern day blend of history, technology, and recreation.
City Manager Organization: City of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Myrtle Beach is located in the center of northwest South Carolina’s “Grand Strand,” which is regarded as the country's premier family beach vacation resort. The beaches are white sand and the coastal waters are clean. The City covers 23.55 square miles, with approximately 10 miles of shoreline.
City Manager Organization: City of Portage, Michigan
Portage is a community of excellent neighborhoods, Portage, Michigan is located in Kalamazoo County in southwest Michigan. Portage is a a community of excellent neighborhoods, outstanding schools, a vibrant and diverse industrial base and numerous shopping and recreational venues. The City has taken a progressive approach to economic development by providing unique opportunities for businesses and industries to grow.
Fire Chief Organization: Glynn County, Georgia
Glynn County is located in southeast Georgia on the Atlantic Ocean. The County seat is Brunswick which is the County’s only municipality. The County’s coastal location makes it a recreational haven for residents and visitors alike. Its features include award-winning golf courses and some of the best fishing on the East Coast, as well as beautiful beaches on the coastal islands. The five islands of Jekyll, St. Simons, Sea, Little St. Simons, and Blythe make up the Golden Isles, so named because of their vast marshes that turn a beautiful golden color in the fall. The islands' beaches, resorts, shops, and historic sites annually attract visitors from around the world.
City Manager Organization: Tipp City, Ohio
Tipp City is a growing community located fourteen miles north of Dayton. With its easy access to both Interstates 70 and 75, Tipp City is within approximately a one-hour drive of Columbus, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis. The City covers seven and a half square miles and serves a residential population of 9,689 (2010 Census). Tipp City is proud of its strong sense of community, its extensive parks and recreational facilities and its great school system, which is rated "Excellent" by the State of Ohio.
City Manager Organization: City of Dunwoody, GA
The City of Dunwoody, a picturesque community incorporated in 2008, is located on the north side of metro Atlanta with an estimated population of more than 46,000. Dunwoody is home to a large high-end shopping mall, a significant collection of Fortune 500 companies and an affluent residential base. The City has many vibrant neighborhoods, a variety of places of worship, a growing restaurant scene, several neighborhood level shopping centers and office complexes. Dunwoody is regarded as a family friendly and convenient location for businesses and visitors.
City Manager Organization: City of Worcester, Massachusetts
Located forty miles west of Boston, Worcester has excellent interstate highway connections as well as bus, train and airport services. As a manufacturing and innovation giant for over two centuries, Worcester has transformed itself into a leader in biotechnology, advanced manufacturing, information technology, health care and medical research and an academia.
County Auditor Organization: Johnson County, Kansas
The Johnson County community is nestled in the southwestern quadrant of the Kansas City metropolitan area (combined population of 1.9 million) and exhibits all of the hallmarks of a great community: a thriving and growing business sector; nationally-recognized public schools; first-class cultural and recreational amenities; and distinctive and welcoming neighborhoods.
Public Works Director Organization: City of Loveland, Colorado
Loveland with a population of 72,000 within 35 square miles has received many awards and recognitions for its quality of life and City government performance. The community’s education and income levels are above national averages, and Loveland has enjoyed a steady population growth of approximately 2 percent annually over many years.
Police Chief Organization: City of Americus, GA
Americus, Georgia is located in Sumter County in southwest Georgia 132 miles from Atlanta. The city operates under the Council/Chief Administrative Officer form of government. Policy making and legislative authority are vested in the governing body which consists of a Mayor and six council members all elected on a nonpartisan basis.
City Manager Organization: City of Loveland, Ohio
The City of Loveland is an economically stable community of 12,200 residents located in southwest Ohio.Loveland is a home-rule municipal corporation with leadership that is proud of its strong support for the Council-Manager Plan. The City offers a full range of municipal services including community development, safety services, public works, parks and recreation, finance and administrative services.
City Attorney Organization: City of Aurora, Colorado
Aurora, Colorado is located in the Denver/Aurora metropolitan area. Aurora is home to many bioscience, aerospace, healthcare, and high tech employers including the Raytheon Company, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, and Boeing. The city has become a dynamic urban center with an emphasis on smart growth, in fill development, sustainability and livable neighborhoods. Only slightly more than half of Aurora's 154 square miles is currently developed so there is ample opportunity for Aurora to continue to grow. More than 340,000 residents choose to live in Aurora, making it the third largest city in Colorado and the 56th largest in the United States. It is also one of the safest cities of its size in the nation.
Director of Economic Development Organization: Town of New Milford, CT
As the largest town in the state, (64 square miles), New Milford offers a broad range of housing options, recreational activities and business locations while retaining working farms and plentiful open space.
Director of Human Resources Organization: City of Des Plaines, Illinois
The City of Des Plaines, 58,710 pop., covering 15.85 sq. miles, seeks candidates for the position of Director of Community and Economic Development. Des Plaines is a vibrant community of residential, commercial, and industrial uses, located 17 miles from the Chicago Loop and five minutes from O’Hare International Airport.
Executive Director Organization: Seize The Future Development Foundation
Seize the Future Development Foundation (STFDF) is a 501(c)3 economic development corporation responsible to maintain economic vitality and quality of life in Aurora.